Take Action, Not Reaction
All the “experts” — mainstream and alternative — were anti-cholesterol in the very recent past.
The same thing is happening today in reverse with docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) …
All the “experts” — mainstream and alternative — are pro-DHA.
What we call the alternative health movement is a joke.
Holistic people are either “for” or “against” mainstream medicine’s beaker boy research.
Tunnel vision gives them no other choice except the ones set before them on mainstream medicine’s playing field.
The goal posts are “set” by Medical Nemesis.
You can only play on their playing field.
You are never allowed to leave their stadium.
What’s the problem?
Both mainstream and alternative health “experts” went to the same schools and universities.
Once kids are caught in the kindergarten trap, it only gets worse.
Compulsory schooling was deliberately established for brainwashing purposes decades before the word “brainwashing” was created in 1950).
Universal prisons for children (including the masses of “scholars” who never mature) initiate the Stockholm Syndrome.
Look the term up on Wikipedia if you’re not already familiar with it.
Sometimes Wikipedia gets something right.
Mainstream and alternative health care are “opposames.”
Does this make me David Icke minus the reptiles?
According to George Carlin …
“Governments don’t want a population capable of critical thinking, they want obedient workers, people just smart enough to run the machines and just dumb enough to passively accept their situation.”
Uffe Ravnskov (Fat and Cholesterol Are Good for You, 2009) wrote …
“When the cholesterol campaign was introduced in Sweden in 1989 I was very surprised. Having followed the scientific literature about cholesterol and cardiovascular disease superficially I could not recall anything in support of the idea that high cholesterol or saturated fat should be harmful to human health. I became curious and started to read more systematically.
“Anyone who does that with an open mind, soon discovers that the emperor is naked. But I also learnt that my critical comments were met with little interest from the editors of the medical journals or with mocking answers from the reviewers. Besides, the inaccuracies, the misinterpretations, the exaggerations, and the misleading quotations, not to mention the fraudulent manipulations of the data in this research area were so numerous that to question them all demanded a book.”
Dr. Ravnskov published the first of three books on the subject — The Cholesterol Myths — in 1991, published eleven years later in the U.S. in 2002.
Be the exception to the rule.
Take action, not reaction.
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“The Initiate lives the life of the exception to the rule. He does not live a life of statistics.”